Arusha District Commissioner Felician Mtahengerwa has asked Vodacom to improve its services, including using short-term services to serve customers who want to define a wide range of online services, including tourism in the park.

He made the remarks today as he launched a new store at Aim Mall in Arusha to coincide with handing over a cheque of Sh5.5 million to the winner of the Tusua Mapene lottery.

Speaking at the launch, Mtahengerwa said President Samia Suluhu Hassan has done a great job on the Royal Tour, which has increased the number of tourists, causing tourism activities to grow, including communication services, especially in rural areas.

"Right now the tourists are many, I ask Vodacom to improve your communication services, but also improve the customer service unit by serving them shortly," he said.

Vodacom Northern Region Chief George Venanty said the company has been at the forefront of customer service and that Arusha has more than 66 stores, but also customers who join the Tusua Mapene campaign are given a variety of gifts.

He urged Vodacom customers to continue to participate in the existing lotteries, so that they can win a variety of prizes.